Seborrheic dermatitis affects oily surfaces on your body, such as the scalp and face. The result? A red, itchy rash, patches of dry skin and - you guessed it - dandruff.
A close cousin of seborrheic dermatitis, psoriasis is a skin ailment that also produces symptoms like itchy scalp, soreness and dandruff. But don’t confuse the two conditions - psoriasis affects a larger area that goes beyond the hairline and may even cause unsightly and visible scaly patches or thick crusts.
If you suspect Seborrheic Dermatitis or Psoriasis, we recommend you consult your dermatologist to understand your condition and seek recommendation for suitable treatment.